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Transfer Profile


“I could not wait to go to the place where I truly belonged.”


Amanda started her college career at one institution but quickly realized it wasn’t the place for her. So she transferred to Immaculata University.

“I love how personal Immaculata is,” she says. The staff, faculty, and Immaculate Heart of Mary Sisters form a caring community that inspires her.

“There are so many opportunities to explore at Immaculata that there is never any time to waste,” she adds, mentioning school-sponsored trips to Philly and Washington, DC; volunteer opportunities; academic support from Immaculata’s writing center; and campus social events.

Maybe you, like Amanda, started at one college and realized it wasn’t a good fit. Or maybe you earned credits at a community college and want to move on to a bachelor’s program.

Whatever your college journey has been so far, we invite you to continue it at Immaculata. Founded in 1920 by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Immaculata offers a challenging education, invigorating activities, and a welcoming community for students of any faith.
• Our admissions staff will help you maximize your college experience so far and transfer as many credits as possible. We will accept up to 64 credits if you’ve earned a grade of at least a C.
• Immaculata recently reduced tuition 25%, making a private university
experience more accessible to you!
• You may qualify for additional scholarships. If you have an associate degree, you can receive a $1,500 grant per year. IU offers merit scholarships ranging from $5,000 per year to full tuition.
• Take advantage of opportunities for job shadowing, internships, and faculty-mentored research. Immaculata’s campus is near local business parks and the Philadelphia
metropolitan area, giving you opportunities to intern at a range of organizations where you can gain valuable work experience.
• Immaculata’s location in beautiful Chester County, 20 miles west of
Philadelphia, gives you access to a wide array of cultural, social, and recreational opportunities.
• Career development staff and academic advisors will provide guidance and support as you choose
a major, plan your schedule, and enter the workplace.
• Within a year of graduation, 97% of Immaculata’s 2016 undergraduate class were employed or in graduate school.
• An Immaculata degree provides a great return on investment, according to data from the US Department of Education’s College Scorecard. Ten years after they began taking classes, Immaculata alumni earn a median salary of $47,600—much higher than the national average of $33,500.

Find a university where you belong. At Immaculata, you can expand your mind, build your character, and clarify your calling.

Visit our beautiful campus to see if Immaculata is a good fit for you. Sign up for a Transfer Tuesday event or another visit opportunity at immaculata.edu/visit.

Immaculata offers rolling admission. Apply for free at immaculata.edu/admissions/apply or through the Common Application. Please submit:
• Transcripts of all previous college course work
• If you have fewer than 24 college credits, you must submit your high school transcript, and you have the option of submitting SAT/ACT scores.
• If you have attended a four-year
institution, please submit the conduct certification form found on our website.

Transferring into the Nursing program is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please submit two letters of recommendation and an essay on why you want to study Nursing at Immaculata.

 


 

AT A GLANCE

Fast Facts
• Bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees
• Student-faculty ratio of 9:1
• Semester-long or 10-day study abroad trips
• 21-credit honors program with cultural
and educational experiences, including lectures, museums, and honors conferences

Student Life
• Over 80% of Immaculata freshmen and transfer students live in University housing.
• Clubs and organizations include Greek life, theater, intramurals, student government, community service, and many more.

Athletics
• NCAA Division III
• Women’s sports: basketball, cross-country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track & field, and volleyball
• Men’s sports: baseball, basketball, cross-country, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming, tennis, track & field, and volleyball

Financial Aid
• Approximately 90% of students receive financial aid.
• Service scholarships
• Catholic high school grants

Programs
• Accounting
• Allied Health
• Athletic Training
• Biology
• Biology/Psychology
• Business Management
• Business and Computer Education
• Chemistry
• Communication
• Criminology
• Cybersecurity
• Data Analytics
• Education
- PreK–4
- PreK–4 and Special Education
- Secondary

• English
• Exercise Science
• Fashion Merchandising
• Finance
• General Science
• History
• Human Resource Management
• Information Systems
• Interactive Digital Media
• International Careers/Spanish
• Marketing Management
• Music
• Music Education
• Music Therapy
• Nursing
• Nutrition/Dietetics
• Politics/International Relations
• Psychology
• Social Work
• Sociology
• Spanish
• Spanish/Psychology
• Spanish/Social Work
• Theology

Thomas Jefferson University Partnership
Immaculata offers partnership programs in Bioscience Technology, Occupational Therapy, and Data Analytics with Thomas Jefferson University.

Pre-professional Programs
• Pre-dental
• Pre-medicine
• Pre-optometry
• Pre-pharmacy
• Pre-physical Therapy
• Pre-physician Assistant
• Pre-podiatry
• Pre-veterinary

Allied Health Programs
Immaculata offers partnership programs with the Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences, where you can receive clinical training in:
• Cardiac Electrophysiology
• Cardiovascular Invasive Technology
• Diagnostic Medical Sonography
• Medical Laboratory Science
• Nuclear Medicine Technology
• Surgical Technology


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